Published on July 15th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/07/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 July

North American Newsletter 13 July

Aircraft Update:

EI-EUE Airbus A320-232 c/n 1407 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Keflavik 13/07/20 in Orange2fly colours ex SX-ORG.

EI-EUK Airbus A320-232 c/n 1979 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Keflavik 13/07/20 in Orange2fly colours ex SK-KAT.

M-ABLW Airbus A330-302 c/n 1370 CDB Aviation Ferried Lourdes-Dublin 13/07/20 in Jet Airways colours ex VT-JWT.

N395AN Boeing 767-323 c/n 29432 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Wilmington Air Park-Shannon-Tel Aviv 06-08/07/20 for cargo conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Bell Delivers First ENG Helo to China
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CAPA: close to full recovery in domestic China airline capacity by end-2020
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China aviation recovery to surpass rest of APAC through August: Cirium
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China Eastern’s “Fly at Will” Ticket Package for Unlimited Weekend Travel Boosts Circular Economy
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Expect to reach 80% capacity by early next year, says IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta
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EU’s Politics-Oriented Approach To Border Reopening Is Risking Recovery
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Loganair And Blue Islands Partnership To Connect Uk Regions & Channel Islands
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Portugal Seeks CEO to Bring Flagship Carrier Back From the Brink
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Sensing opportunity, SpiceJet eying wide body for int’l charters
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Short Haul carriers better placed for air travel recovery, suggests Barclays
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Debt Tender Offers
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Final Report: Accident involving a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, registration EI-FHD, at Keflavik Airport in Iceland, 16 June 2018
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Ireland’s Air Force Badly Needs Fighter Jets

Ireland’s Aer Lingus announces flight resumption to Croatia
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Irish economy will not survive on ‘essential travel’ only
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Murphy Appointed To Ryanair Role
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Rescue 116 Winchman Talks ‘Life On The Wire’ With Fellow SAR Experts
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Ryanair and Aer Lingus cut flights as travel restrictions continue
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Tweet Picks:

@byerussell Delta CEO Bastian steps something of a staircase recovery – demand has plateaued now but he thinks more people will come back (ie, a step up) by the end of the summer. $DAL.

@TheDEWLine You can’t say anymore that the US military will never buy an Airbus airliner.   The US Army’s Aberdeen Test Center has just bought an Airbus A321 fuselage in order to blow it up. 

@thepointsguy “It’s really important that we as a nation wear masks… not just on air travel but in life in general,” said @Delta  CEO Ed Bastian. He added that it would be great for the federal government to reinforce that message $DAL.

@thepointsguy The decision to keep blocking middle seats says to me (@GlobeTrotScott) that @Delta  is playing a long game here. CEO Ed Bastian talks about a premium airline. My gut: he’s gambling on decisions now winning over passengers for years to come. $DAL. Visit daftar joker123 if you enjoy gambling and playing casino games online.

@UPSAirlines #ICYMI: The first of five additional MD-11s joining the @UPS fleet will be ready for service later this fall. The second comes later this year, with three more in 2021. #avgeeks.

Video Picks:

After almost 50 years it’s the end of an era as Qantas’ last 747s embark on farewell tour

Dubai continues to welcome tourists on second day

Emirates Pres.: “Return to pre-COVID levels” by 2022

Flight Data Shows Business Aviation Recovering Ahead of Airline Traffic – AIN

Sheikh Hamdan tours Dubai airport as city reopens to tourists


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